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Chief Research Officer, G2 Crowd, formerly Group VP Software Business Solutions at IDC where his group covered CRM, EA, PPM, PLM, SCM, cloud and SaaS, pricing and licensing, and software partners, channels and alliances.

One response to “Knowledge Sharing – The "New" Power in the Enterprise”

  1. Chuck Van Court

    Good post Michael.

    Knowledge sharing and the potential synergy that can result can be very powerful.

    We believe that a key component to create sustainable knowledge sharing cultures is to measure, recognize and reward contributions and to identify and proactively leverage specific subject matter expertise…just knowing that someone is a contributor across the entire subject domain of a online community is not sufficient.

    Boiling it down, we believe that crowdsourcing is inefficient and dumb and that smartsourcing people with the right knowledge, experience, skills and responsibilities is smart.

    What do you think about the need for usage of a reputation engine to measure, manage and motivate knowledge sharing and the importance of smartsourcing over crowdsourcing?

    Chuck Van Court
    CEO FuzeDigital